December 2017 Highlights
By the Numbers
|272||Meetings/events hosted by Building Services|
|395||Documents were delivered to K-Staters by Interlibrary Services|
|730||Items were loaned out to other institutions by Interlibrary Services|
|1,017||Items borrowed from other institutions by Interlibrary Services|
|7,473||Users downloaded material on New Prairie Press|
|11,022||Users visited K-REx|
|21,364||New Prairie Press page views|
|25,556||K-Rex page views|
|30,404||Scholarly publications were downloaded through New Prairie Press|
|58,591||Individuals visited Hale Library|
Library staff assisted with Caffeine Fix events held at K-State libraries during finals week. Coffee and snacks were provided throughout the week in order to reach a wider audience. Kim Bugbee and Darchelle Martin coordinated Hale Library's events while Felisa Osburn hosted the event at Math/Physics Library and Maxine Ganske hosted the event for the College of APDesign.
The Special Collections department received a personalized copy of Dwight D. Eisenhower's 1948 Crusade in Europe from KSU alumnus Richard "Dick" Rees. In addition, a two-volume Austrian cookery manuscript circa 1790 was acquired by the department.
Roger Adams received a request from the Winterthur Museum in Delaware to utilize digital scans from the department's cookery collection in a forthcoming exhibit titled, "Dining by Design: Nature Displayed on the Dinner Table."
CADS provided an internship opportunity to a K-State Mass Journalism Student.
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